I am part of a global academic movement that questions and disrupts Western psychological understanding of our social worlds. I have edited three special issues on decolonial approaches in and of psychology with the Readsura Decolonial Editorial Collective, the first of which has been published in the Review of General Psychology in December 2021. The second and third issues were published in the Journal of Social Issues.
I have also edited a special issue entitled "Towards a Social Psychology of Precarity" with Dr Clare Coultas and Dr Johanna Lukate for the British Journal of Social Psychology.
I completed my PhD in Psychology at the department of Psychological and Behavioural Sciences, London School of Economics and Political Science in 2018. I studied the social psychology of racial, and ethnic identity constructions, negotiations, and intergroup relations in multicultural societies that have race-based social policies. I explored the influence of multidimensional contexts on these constructions, drawing from the fields of history, sociology, political science, and human geography. Research for the PhD was carried out in Malaysia, Singapore, and the UK.
My other research interests include perspective taking among individuals, the socio-cultural determinants of health related behaviour as well as safety culture within public health systems.
My pronouns are she/her/they/them.
Prof Shahnaaz Suffla, University of South Africa
Prof Kopano Ratele, Stellenbosch University
Prof Glenn Adams, University of Kansas
Prof Rob M. van Dam, National University of Singapore
Prof Rafael Wittek, University of Groningen
Assoc Prof Khoo Ying Hooi, Universiti Malaysia
Assoc Prof Ilka Gleibs, London School of Economics and Political Science
Assoc Prof Caroline Howarth, London School of Economics and Political Science
Assoc Prof Mónica Lopez-Lopez, University of Groningen
Assoc Prof Lucy Avraamidou, University of Groningen
Dr Amena Amer, University of Greenwich
Dr Clare Coultas, Kings College London
Dr Johanna Lukate, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity
Dr Hema Preya Selvanathan, University of Queensland
Dr Nelli Ferenczi, Brunel University London
Dr Nick Malherbe, University of South Africa
Dr Stephanie Davis, Nottingham Trent University